By James Lutz, Brenda J Lutz
Terrorism: the fundamentals is a perfect start line for someone drawn to some of the most mentioned, written approximately and analysed points of recent existence. content material: disguise; Terrorism the fundamentals; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Preface; 1. what's terrorism?; 2. What do terrorists want?; three. Who turns into a terrorist?; four. What are the techniques?; five. who're the targets?; 6. Who helps terrorists?; 7. What could be performed to counter terrorism?; eight. What are the various significant groups?; nine. Will terrorism continue?; 10.Overview; word list; assets; References; Index summary: Terrorism: the fundamentals is a perfect place to begin for a person attracted to essentially the most mentioned, written approximately and analysed features of contemporary existence
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There is no evidence Frederick J. Hacker (1976), an American psychologist, once classified terrorists as crusaders, criminals, or crazies, a view that much of the public would probably accept as accurate. W ho becomes a terrorist ? that persons suffering from mental disorders are overrepresented in the ranks of terrorists, even though there may be individuals with problems in some groups. It is possible that some groups are willing to use individuals with psychological problems at times, but they cannot rely on them because their mental disorders make them potentially unstable and poor security risks for the organization.
A particular group of individuals who qualify as criminals that has been attracted to dissident causes have been individuals from prison populations. When activists from ideological struggles have been caught and imprisoned for their activities, they have often been able to attract followers in prison. Leftists have been able to argue convincingly that the criminal justice system unfairly targets the poor or discriminates against workers and peasants. Right-wing groups, such as the Aryan Nations in the United States, have also had some successes with white prison populations by arguing that the political and social systems have been changed to devalue the worth and contributions of those holding true conservative (or even reactionary) views and values and that they have devalued the white race.
J. Lutz (2008) Global Terrorism, 2nd edn, London: Routledge. This textbook relies on numerous cases studies to introduce various aspects of terrorism including classifications and causes. Richardson, L. ) (2006) The Roots of Terrorism, London: Routledge. This edited volume discusses causes in terms of background issues such as economics, democracy, religion, and globalization. 29 3 Who becomes a terrorist? A great deal of effort has been made to determine who is likely to become a terrorist or who is likely to be successfully recruited by an existing group.
Terrorism : the basics by James Lutz, Brenda J Lutz